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Ben, Nick and Simon at Pulsin' offer you a brand new vegan protein powder made from yellow split peas. Just one serving is a big step towards your 50 g recommended daily protein intake. This product is natural, unflavoured and additive free, giving you the freedom to develop your own recipes.
100% Pea protein isolateSee all Product Description
Excellent product , easy to use. I put the product in a Kilner jar because I find it easier to extract it than from such a big packet.Published 7 days ago by Mr. Ss Foster
One bag goes a long way. I use it in smoothies, soups, stews, curry - basically anything you want to add some extra protein to as it's unflavoured and doesn't alter the colour. Read morePublished 18 days ago by V. Sinclair Willis
It's gluten free low carb pea based protein powder. Tastes ok as long as you don't put too much in your smoothies, and, I discovered, can be added to gluten free flour to make gf... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jenny Bean
I'm happy with my purchase although as with previous reviews the flavour is strongly present. I've not used protein powder before and I didn't really want whey - besides this is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vilma Väyrynen
Stating the bleeding obvious but it tastes like peas. I knew that when I bought it but I didn't really think about the reality of having peas for breakfast... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C Lynch